- By Wayne Beyer LtCol, USMC RET
- Jan, Mar, May, July
- (3 x 90min lessons) 4.5 hours
Developing Ethical Leaders
One fundamental leadership responsibility is setting and maintaining an ethical climate. Failure to do so is prevalent in both the private, and public sectors and the consequences can be devastating.
Too many companies fail to prevent ethical disasters before they happen. You can make a difference by empowering employees and leaders at all levels!
Can you afford not to?
There are three key levels of awareness to help identify and prevent unethical behavior in your organization:
Ethical Awareness - Individual & Situational Awareness - and System Awareness.
This course helps participants to:
- Develop ethical people and organizational leaders.
- Examine connections between morality, ethics, integrity and character.
- Understand the dominant approaches to moral decision-making.
- Understand the difference between ethical dilemmas and moral temptations.
- Recognized the roll of moral courage.
- Understand the human, and situational factors that influence why good people sometimes make bad moral decisions.
- Examine how leaders can utilize “the system” to impact the moral reasoning and actions of those in the organization.
- Think through what it means to set, and maintain an ethical climate in the face of multiple, sometimes competing mission objectives.
- Understand moral muscle memory, and the need to develop ethical leaders at all levels in an organization.
This course is three weeks long, and consists of three 90min small-group lesson/seminars held once per week.
Jan, Mar, May, July
Click enroll and choose the time that fits you best.
Limited spots available - contact us to get on a waiting list.
Wayne Beyer LtCol, USMC RET
LtCol (Ret) Wayne “Gonzo” Beyer is a 26 year veteran Cobra pilot and leadership development specialist. He was a Leadership Instructor at the United States Naval Academy, the Director of Leadership at Command and Staff College, Marine Corps University, and is a Lejeune Leadership Institute Fellow.
A version of this original, ethical leadership course, was mandated throughout the Marine Corps, and has been taught to a wide variety of audiences including: Strategic Command, Marine Forces Pacific, Marine Corps University, the Senior Enlisted Course, the Commanders Course, Illinois Mental Health Institute, and is now being taught as part of the Army’s Red Team course at Ft. Leavenworth KS.
"By far, the best Ethics course I have ever had. I realize now how believing I'm not vulnerable, makes me even more vulnerable (the leaders trap). This class really helped me see a dimension of human behavior, through the lens of ethics and leadership, that I had never quite pieced together before. A real eye-opening course!"